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How Get a URL for an Image using your WordPress.org Site

How Get a URL for an Image using your WordPress.org Site – Video 

As seen at Youtube – View & Share – http://bit.ly/URL4ImageUsingWpress

How Get a URL for an Image using your WordPress.org Site

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You may want a URL for inserting an image or sending by email etc
Especially if it’s an image you created & therefore can’t just click it
to get it’s URL.
Rather than finding a hosting site, it could be convenient to just use
the WordPress.org site which you’re already paying to have hosted.
The Thumbnail image I use to demonstrate with
in my video is an interesting example &
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How Get a URL for an Image using your WordPress.org Site

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Here is a Transcript text of my video –
How Get a URL for an Image using your WordPress.org Site
I’m at the dashboard of my WordPress.org site.
I go down the left hand column & find Media. Go across to the right & click on Add New.
I click on the Choose file button, go to my Pictures library & I’m selecting this image.
Click open. I see the image is ready to upload & I click on Upload. My image is Uploaded.
I click on it & across to the right there is my URL which I simply highlight, copy & it’s ready now for pasting where I find I wish to use it. In the meantime I’ll just open my Notepad & paste it in there for future reference.
Of course if you’re wanting 2 cent clicks for cheap traffic & fast, you can see the video at my blog & here is the link which will be clickable in this video & if it’s not, it’ll be clickable in the Description box of the video you’re watching.
See in my 2 Cent Clicks Blog post – http://bit.ly/2CentClicks4u
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How Get a URL for an Image using your WordPress.org Site

How to create URLs to share files from your web server Cpanel

Here is my Video –
How to create URLs to share files from your
web-server Cpanel

as seen at Youtube – http://bit.ly/CreateUrls2ShareFiles

Here is the text which goes with my video –

How to create URLs to share files from your web server Cpanel 

In my previous video, I showed how to transfer folders using Filezilla from my computer to my web server. Now I wish to create URLs for them so that I can share those files with others in my emails in my Blog posts.

We will go to my Hostgator Cpanel via File Manager & see the file I transfered “Client Info” – notice there is a gap between the 2 words which requires special handling compared with a single or run-together word.

In your document, you would write your domain name, add a forward slash then the file name if it was a single word such as “clientinfo”

http://www.imsocialmediatraffic.com/clientinfo 

but as “Client Info” is 2 words, it is necessary to add “%20” between the 2 words otherwise it won’t work. The URL is case sensitive also ….

http://www.imsocialmediatraffic.com/Client%20Info

If you don’t like seeing the %20 in the filename, all you have to do is rename the file or directory to something without spaces. Typically, this is done with dashes, underscores, or by simply not having the space in the name. Examples: Client-Info, Client_Info, ClientInfo. You would of course have to change any references such as links in your website to reflect this as well.

If I want to use the URL in my Blog, I paste the link into my post, highlight it, & create a link using the box to insert it.

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